Next Generation Antifreeze to Prevent Ice Crystal Damages developed in CanadaDecember 31 2008 at 2:27 PM
|George (Login George1st)|
Chemists in Canada have developed a new approach for producing more effective medical antifreeze fluids for preserving kidneys, hearts, and other organs donated for transplantation. These next-generation antifreezes can decrease damage to organs caused by ice crystals, and thus prolong the time a donated organ will remain viable prior to transplantation.
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I wonder how these differ from the expensive ones developed and sold by 21CM?
|December 31 2008, 9:48 PM |
It Could Result in Lower Prices for Cryopreservation
|January 1 2009, 2:42 PM |
21CM finally got some competition. In a free market it should result in lower prices. Would that result in lower cryopreservation cost?
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